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1. Setting each table cell size to 160 pixels square, and letting the leftover space fall where it may...
2. Checking cgi script sites for a 'thumbnails' script that will automatically generate a thumbnail display 'gallery' from your existing full-size images. Thanks to the wide sucess of @dult photo galleries online, there are a suprising number of such automated scripts available, most likely perfectly usable for more legitimate venues.
I do this all day long for a client now. They had some 5,000 garment photos that were on slides. I had to run them all through an auto slide scanner. Then created a custom action to resize and web ready them. Then I just ran a batch on them in Photoshop using the custom action. I did about twenty minutes worth of work and Photoshop did about two days worth of work (the great part about batching). At the end of two days I had the original 5,000 images that could be archived digitally and a duplicate image ready for the web.
If you need help with creating a custom action just drop me a line. I will be happy to help. They are easy to set up.